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RE: watering practices

Wondering also about these irrigation systems. Can they be set up to be
selective.. or does everything get watered whether it needs it or not?

Watering most of the time is not a chore for me. Gets me upclose to the
plants, note who is not doing well or has bugs, needs something like
deadheading, water selectively based on who needs it or not, and helps
me relax. Of course when I am running late, have no time, or that darn
hose gets a kink... I wish I had some other way of dealing with it...:)

So those who use the irrigation systems, is that the only way you water,
or just when you have no time?


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